It has been announced that client Luke Turner will be appearing at Krakenhaus Festival, taking place at Muncaster Castle from Friday 6th September - Sunday 8th September. Luke will be talking about his non-fiction debut Out of the Woods and you can find more info here.
Luke has been named by bestselling author Val McDermid as one of her top 10 compelling LGBTQI+ writers. A literary showcase of the top 10 took place on Saturday 10th August, and you can catch up with Luke’s segment here.
When solo travellers Benni, Emma and Ruth find themselves holidaying together at charming Rose Cottage in Brixham, Devon, they are initially disappointed to be sharing with strangers of a different age group.
But 'friendship and home comforts' are guaranteed at Rose Cottage and soon a bond blossoms between the women, who each have valuable life lessons to share.
As the summer unfolds, Benni, Emma and Ruth begin to realise that age is just a number. Before their time at Rose Cottage ends, will they take the chance to grasp the dreams that are now within their reach?
Aoife's hungry and bored. Cillian makes a mean
cheese toastie. As boredom and hunger are satisfied by
half an hour in Cillian's bed, Aoife's life changes forever.
As social and political upheaval grips her country, what
hope does Aoife have to regain control? A timely,
politically-charged show written at the time of the
historic referendum of the eighth amendment in
Ireland, Cotton Fingers takes us on a journey from
Belfast to Cardiff.
The Stage has favourably reviewed the play, giving it four stars, calling it “emotionally powerful and rich with poetic language and vivid character.” Cotton Fingers is on at Summerhall’s Main Hall from 13th - 18th August and then 20th - 25th August, at 12:15pm. For more information and to book tickets, click here.
Jo also finds herself drawn to Nick, a handsome newcomer to the village. Nick had planned to settle in Birch End and start a business, but as he grows closer to Jo, he realises he may have to choose between his dreams and a chance at love.
Meanwhile, the new local council are faced with some tough decisions of their own. It's time to take a stand against the poor conditions in Backshaw Moss, the nearby slum, but some councillors want things to stay as they are - and will go to any lengths to make sure they get their way . . .
Will the decent people of the valley win a brighter future for themselves? And can Jo find a way to stay with Nick in a place she's grown to love?
This heartwarming book will be available in hardback and eBook on 22nd August and you can pre-order here.
Anna Jacobs’ One Kind Man and One Perfect Family are in the Kindle Monthly Deal for only 99p.
On Saturday 7th December, we’ll be holding a pitching event at a location in the city centre and we want you to come and pitch your book to us!
For more information on how to apply, click here.
Not sure? See below for some testimonials from previous pitchers.